It's no secret that teenagers are sometimes troubled, sometimes troublesome. In the United States a thriving $50 billion dollar industry of so-called therapeutic boarding schools and military-style boot camps claims "tough love" is the best medicine to cure young people's problems. But as Tara Brown reports, these often-secretive institutions are largely unregulated, and far from assisting teenagers have actually caused them serious and lasting harm. Now though survivors, led by celebrity "It Girl" Paris Hilton and including a brave Australian woman, have had enough and are demanding that parents stop outsourcing parenting.
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